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When visiting Scotland from Northern Ireland why not consider taking a ferry whether as a foot passenger or with your car, allowing you to explore more of Scotland. Travel from Belfast or Larne to Cairnryan and Troon. Journey times take from just 2 hours.

What’s onboard when travelling with P&O Ferries
If travelling between Cairnryan and Larne you will take the European Highlander or European
Causeway ferry. It’s a leisurely crossing but there’s a lot to do onboard. If you just want to relax then
rest in their quiet lounge. But if you have a child that’s not going to happen, instead take them to the
special colouring in and playing area or watch a film together in the video lounge.
For those looking to grab some food they have excellent fare in Fables restaurant and if it’s just a
coffee or perhaps a stiffer drink then there is a Costa Coffee shop and the Poets bar.
Other facilities include the seashop selling gifts, fragrances and drinks and a Bureau de Change
offering 0% commission on all currency exchanges including Euros.
If travelling to Troon during the summer months you will be onboard a fast craft vessel. The journey
time is much quicker but you will still have time to enjoy a meal in the Fables restaurant or chose
to have a hot drink with the Harbour Coffee Company where you can also grab a light bite including
sandwiches, muffins and biscuits etc. For the shopaholic there is also a seashop on board selling the
same items as the ferries above.

What’s onboard when travelling with Stena Line
Travel between Cairnryan and Belfast and you will sail with Stena on either the Stena Superfast V11
or the Stena Superfast V111. Although the crossing times are barely over 2 hours there are still lots
to enjoy while onboard. For children there is the Curious George™ themed children’s play area with
a soft play corner, kids cinema and an interactive zone with touch screen technology and there’s
plenty of seating for the mums and dads so you can keep an eye on your children. For foodies there
is ‘Taste’ which serves a great selection of fresh and yummy meals whether it’s breakfast, lunch or
dinner plus there’s complimentary refills on tea and coffee.

The most cost effective way to buy your ferry tickets is to book online and in advance. It should be noted that telephone charges are now incurred when making bookings to ferry operators. With the increase of comparison websites this buying facility is now available for ferry tickets. Ferryonline.co.uk compare all ferry services between Ireland and Scotland